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with taxpayer's money. >> paul: the defense of him would be he came on in 2008 and all the bad decisions had already been made. you can't blame jack lew for other bankers did? >> he is now setting himself up. he is now --. >> paul: is that a fair point in his defense? >> it is fair because a lot of bad bets were already made. whether they could have made some different decisions starting in early 2008, possibly, but i think the key issue for them, his job as secretary of treasury would basically be in charge of spotting risks in the financial marketplace. he is running something called the financial stability oversight council. this is deeming certain companies and identifying risks. was he able to identify any risks at citigroup? >> paul: did he see the iceberg coming. >> right. >> paul: and what would he do if it was headed towards the stocks. >> did he have no idea the risks they were running. no, i saw the risks, why didn't he say anything. i don't remember him being a big whistle-blower in 2008. there are difficult questions for him and this was not a his first job at citi. in 2006 when
for defense secretary. >> what they really failed to do here, paul, not just have a response or press her on the big things and move her off the talking points on the questions that you just asked, but also that bigger question about putting and placing benghazi within the scope of a broader failure of foreign policy. and that's going to have to be what they're going to do if they're going to talk about chuck hagel. highlight the obama failure in this area and that chuck hagel is going to be a yes man for that strategy. if they're not able to do that in a hearing like this, they've been pressing for for months, it does not bowed wede for her-- >> and what about her state and benghazi now a negative concerns and arms control deal with russia, you were not enamored of, i recall. overall, what's her legacy? >> she's one of the most traveled secretary of state and diplomacy to her credit well. and sort of a famous figure who went to many countries. in terms of her influence on obama policy or much of any sort of achievements, it's impossible to me to point to anything and what's more remarkab
to shake up your staff here. i'm just saying in general. >> you areng our defensive coordinator. so don't worry about it it okay, kim? >> i news to that so many americans are finally being given a choice to not join a union. the evidence for that came with department of labor statistics showing union membership had again dropped. now at post world war ii low. a lot of people fleeing were states from indiana and wisconsin which finally passed laws for the first time allowing people to negotiate on their own, not have to pay union dues with which they don't agree. freedom in any context is good, paul. it's nice to see it in the
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